Actually the stated design behind tags is to notify other users of a thread you believe would be of interest to them. The OP can set them, or a visitor can set them, and the tagged users have the thread show up in a separate section of our profiles so that we can follow them. They are similar to the subscriptions we can set on threads for ourselves.thread tags are users that you can add for quick reference to their profile for sending PM`s and such
It has to be a manual process, I'm afraid. We're picking up on some of the most commonly-used threads, but the rest may need to stay that way. The search feature within the forums is probably the best way of finding lost items at the moment, until Google catches up with the new structure.Please make the links to older topics work! Now everything, including google search results, redirects to the main page:/
I can't say for sure how Cd project red is running it's forum but I had to pay Google for my business website to be shown as top searches. took me weeks to sort it out.It has to be a manual process, I'm afraid. We're picking up on some of the most commonly-used threads, but the rest may need to stay that way. The search feature within the forums is probably the best way of finding lost items at the moment, until Google catches up with the new structure.
That's a good idea, sadly it doesn't work for old threads since they were on the old +/- system. All the points got wiped with the new forums.Is there a way to view top-rated comments in a thread? If not, are there plans of implementing such an option? For example - I'm just now seeing this thread:
It's an interesting topic, but there are 63 pages. That's a lot, and in such a case, I would've enjoyed an option to see what posts/ideas-that-were-in-these-posts received the most amount of support.